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testing the equipment in the arizona desert. >>> today is a big day in the world of guinness. that's right. the 2011 edition of the guinness world book of records is out. from the breath taking to the bizarre. here is the world's smallest cow. only 33 inches long, and there you go, that's puggy the dog. he has the longest tongue. and check out the jumping jack russell, can pop 100 balloons and get this laurel, he can pop 100 battalions 44.49 seconds. i mean, who -- this is my question, who sits home and thinks of feats? i think we can come up with something and get guinness to come out. congratulations to the jumping jack russell. i assume that guy is the guy with the longest beard. >> i remember when i was a kid seeing the nails, the longest fingernails which was disturbing to me. i don't know why. >> i wanted to break in when i was a child by swinging in our backyard. my sister and i lasted for an hour and we quit. we gave up. it was certainly longer than an hour, the record. >> fun to watch. >> this is no world record but the tropics are active. >> several major storms right now, keepin
. >>> and in new york, guinness world record promoted the release of their 2011 book with a play date with one of its biggest and smallest stars. giant george, the world's tallest living dog, and booboo, the smallest. booboo needed a boost to meet george, but there was an instant connection. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. >> there was a lot of drama when they were rescuing that animal. >> i know. that video was pretty amazing. >> eventually, they got over the hump, though. and then got it out. >> really, bill? you're going to start out the morning with a bad joke? >> that's how we're doing it. let's talk about the tropics, lynn. we had karl out there yesterday and now it's out into the gulf of mexico. every now and then, these storms go up to the yucatan and veer to the north. not this one, though. this one is steered more or less back towards mexico for a second landfall as we go through friday night. here is the forecast track. tropical storm at the current time karl, it could become a hurrican
and straps to pull the distressed animal to safety. so far seems to be doing okay. >>> in new york, guinness world record folk promoted the release of their 2011 book with a play date for one of the biggest and smallest stars, giant george, the world's tallest living dog, and bobo, the smallest. boo boo needed a boost to see george, but there was an instant connection. now for a look at your national weather, we turn to nbc meteorologist bill karins with the forecast. >> do you think george is a happen dog? >> i hope not. >> a lot of those great danes think they are. george was pretty cute. let's talk about the hurricanes out there and the tropical storms. just got the new updates in. no big surprises, the biggest concern is down here in mexico where we are watching tropical storm karl. it's over the bay of cam peacpe now it looks like it will make landfall as a hurricane sometime on friday it shouldn't be too big, maybe a category 1, at worst a category 2. here is the forecast timing. it's a little slower than previous. it looks like landfall sometime late friday night into saturday morning
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the distressed animal to safety. so far, it seems to be doing okay. >>> and in new york, guinness world records folks promoted the release of their 2011 book with a play date with one of its biggest and smallest stars. giant george, the world's tallest living dog, and booboo, the smallest. booboo needed a boost to meet george, but as you can see right there, there was an instant connection. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. bill, good morning. i don't know if you were paying attention when i was reading. >> i was. >> did you notice the kamil's privately owned, who owns a camel? someone who lives near a sinkhole? >> i don't know. i have no idea. but, yeah, sinkhole, either. rare camels, not many sinkholes. not good. the weather pattern changed here biological weapon had one storm kicked through. you notice one a second one off the coast here. it's going to stay a little more active. none of the storms are close to areas around the four corners regions or southern portions of the west. all of the front
. thank you. >>> do you like reading interesting stuff? how about the 2011 guinness book of world records? you will see some really fascinating stuff in there like this. that is a cow. call him dexter. he lives in england. he is 33 inches long. part of the newest set of strange animal facts compile in the latest edition. other animals who made this edition include a python. 24 et long. and then there is fluffy. lives at the columbus zoo. a peek knees in texas. the longest measured tongue of any dog. then this dog, anastasia, a terrier who managed to pop 100 balloons in less than 45 seconds. that made the guinness book of world records. susan kidd has one of them. my dog cannot do that but i don't want him to. >> good night. come back. >>> on our broadcast here tonight, hard times. here
was organized by the guinness world records to promote the 2011 "guinness book of world records." one little bite is all took. >> they are looking at each other going we look the same, they don't know. >>> some much-needed rain is falling outside. >> bob turk has the latest >> bob turk has the latest after this commercial break. ,,, yeah, but... what.. happened to the back there? well, here's the thing: this was the only "sporty two-seater" they had on my budget. uh-huh. and the seats go all the way back. (announcer) settling for less is not smart. what is smart is getting more car for your money at carmax. for the money you'd spend on a stripped down new car, you could get a fully loaded, guaranteed-quality used car at carmax. now more than ever, the smart choice is carmax. the way car buying should be. >>> strong thunderstorm activity. a whole batch has moved through the elkton area. it's moving into much of delaware and new castle county. delaware overs reported wind gusts at 59 miles per hour a few minutes ago with that cell right to the east. you zoom in and there's the heavy activity
is the size of a boo boo. >> just a little boo boo. >> it's organized by the guinness world records to promote the 2011 guinness book of world records. >> apparently giant george didn't even know boo boo was a dog. he kind of looked at boo boo kind of you know -- ha? what are you? thought it was a cat, treat, something to eat. >>> take a look at this. a rare sighting off the southern california coast. this is a pod of blue whales spotted swim in redondo beach yesterday. there were about 20 to 30 whales. look at that. whale watching experts say it's rare to see them in these waters. several whale watching boats and paddle boaters gathered around to watch them up close. esk >>> got a story idea or comment you would like to share with us? email brian@cbs5.com. >> thanks so much for watching. >> thank you for watching cbs "early edition." >> checking out what's in the "chronicle" today. >> have a great morning. >> we'll see you bright and early friday morning. >> friday!
4 ounces. the meeting was organized by the guinness world records to promote the 2011 guinness book of world records. apparently they didn't even recognize each other were dogs. >> how much do you think it costs to feed a 245-pound dog? >> i know. >>> 5:27. coming up in the next half hour, the price many people pay for being popular. >> tell me about the people who are giving the care, why did they take off? >> nursing home patients left behind as san bruno burned. the father and son who risked everything to save them. >>> police shoot a man in concord overnight. i'm live with the details we have at this hour coming up next. (birds chirping) like strolling in an orchard ♪ is this my husband? awesome cool hat, mom oh my perfect kids alright fourteen ninety nine i totally wear hats ♪ miss dimitra when will you marry me? - be my wife. - miss dimitra, marry me. - marry me. - marry me. - marry me. - be my wife, please. ( bells tolling ) ( all cheering ) ha ha ha! announcer: introducing the kohler carbon faucet. [ female announcer ] at the jcpenney appr
sponsored by the guinness book of world records. >>> new york's mayor bloomberg wants to expand a smoking ban to include some of the great outdoors forbidding smoking in new york city beaches, parks, even the open seating area in times square. the dangers of second-hand smoking or smoke were cited. the pressure will go to public hearings before a vote. >>> men and women rush to help new york's ground zero after the 9/11 attacks. nine years later thousands say the toxic dust made them sick and urge congress to cover their health care and compensation. >> reporter: fire department paramedic david russell spent weeks in what 9/11 first responders called "the pit." >> imagine a fresh snowfall six to eight inches high. it's not snow but six to eight inches high of dust. >> reporter: now he's never without his inhaler. he's also taking medication for an auto immune disease and thyroid condition. >> i never had these problems prior to 9/11 and they all began to come out about five, six years later. >> reporter: fellow 9/11 rescue and recovery workers joined lawmakers on capitol hill to push for
of the 2011 guinness book of world records. >> look at that little dog and you would say look at that little booboo. >> that's exactly what you would do. it's smaller than the book. >> it's not the size of the dog, the size of the fight in the dog. maybe booboo is tough. >> you don't know. you guys have dogs, not as small as booboo. >> i have a dog that would eat booboo for lunch. >> here is your forecast first. we have showers out there. we'll show you doppler in a second. >>> the next three days we bounce back great tomorrow, becoming mostly sunny, low 80s. low 80s on saturday. and low 80s on sunday. we do have some clouds on sunday and maybe a sprinkle, maybe a shower. not a big deal. get your tailgate on. not a big deal. mostly cloudy and warm. light shower possible. temperatures 75-82. and that should cover the entire span of the game. we'll break down tomorrow. sunglasses needed, please. 70 to start and then 79 by lunchtime, 83 by evening. originally i thought it might be breezy tomorrow. i don't think it will be. it will be northwest at 10, occasionally 15. right now still 81 downtown
and tallest dogs visited new york's central park. the guinness book of world records brought them out to promote the new edition of their book, "giant george." boo-boo, if you can call it standing, stands at foufr inches. four inches. there may nobody crying in baseball. but there is lying, feen you're derek jeter, apparently. last night an umpire ruled the yankee captain was hit by a pitch but it really hit his bat. jeter later said what he was going to do was refuse the first free trip to first but he later scored a run, however, the team eventually lost the game and eventually first place to the tampa bay rays. >>> a shocker at "america's will go talent." that 10-year-old opera singer who was the favorite going into last night's final said she is sad for herself but happy for michael. >> hard to know exactly what goes on behind the banker desk. but i promise you i'm always scrupulously appropriate. not the case with this news anchor. looks like he has a suit on until you see him turn -- yes. he's wearing boxer shorts. go figure. and that brings us down to the wire. and that's also
's tallest dog in new york to celebrate the release of the 2011 guinness book of world records which has a special section on amazing animals. on the right is giant giant -- giant george from arizona, and he is 7-3. and on his left, booboo, a chihuahua from kentucky and she's four years old and weighs just two pounds. that will do it for this hour. we'll turn things over to tony and allison for the next hour. >> here is a look at the stories we're working on for the next hour. the day after a big election if our area, democrats across its region are coming together in preparation to move forward. we're live at a unit breakfast with the latest. >>> plus the scandal at arlington national cemetery continues this morning. families heart broken as new information is coming out about mixups. >>> and a surprising trend when it comes to retirement. more and more folks are actually dreading the move. we'll tell you why and give you tips for preparing for life after work. >>> tucker barnes busy in the weather center, keeping track of changes on the way for our forecast. >> very busy over here. goo
it into the 2011 edition of the "guinness book of world records" released today. take a look at this picture of the longest dog tongue. who knew there would be a record for something like this. and the largest collection of smurf memorabilia. so, a little bit of everything for just about everyone, wolf. >> these people have a lot of free time, i guess, to check all that stuff out. all right. look at that. thanks very much. thank you, fred. >>> a startling new report shows that above vert city on the rise in the united states of america. we are going to show you the conditions some people are living in not very far from the white house. >>> and former president jimmy carter points blame at the late senator ted kennedy over health care. you are going to want to hear what he is saying. you are in "the situation room." this site has a should i try priceline instead? >> no it's a sale. nothing beats a sale! wrong move! you. you can save up to half off that sale when you name your own price on priceline. but this one's a deal...trust me. it's only pretending to be a deal. here, bid $79. got it. wo
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